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hello,im in my 1st year master in network engineering ,i passed my years counting on the modules within my package learning(antenna,numerical communication,networks,...),and i love these modules specially networks ,but when it comes to programming specially high level structured languages,i find myself wondering around with alot of attention shifting,which making me feel like the guy from the poetry club who's trying to code,which making me feel depressed.Since im that straight A student (hard working guy).
I know some part of me (80%)think's that i got a bad introduction to programming and algorithms(bad teacher in the 1st year of collegue),and the other part think that i don't have a mind for numbers.
I really hope that you guys can give me something to motivate me focus more on learning programming languages,that require alot of patience.
Il will just answer to this part :
KarimBadi a écrit:
with a quote from Kristen Nygaard, that (for me) perfectly describes why we should learn how to program :
Programming is understanding.
Programming is understanding.
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I move this topic into the english speaking section of the forum
I'm someone that loves programming, I do as job but also have a lot while free time for creating video game, robotic, ...
But I have to say that some of the course I had about programming was not really interesting for me, even if teaching new things. I never felt programming that something that needs a classic teaching = sitting on a chair and listening to a teacher, or at least not after a few while, I agree that basis are necessary.
In my opinion, programming is easier learned by working on a projet or something, facing problem and trying to fix them, looking what other people did, thinking on how they did. I agree on what previous people said: programming is understanding. it is also a challenge to solve problem, to face something, wondering how to achieve it, and when you do, you feel proud.
So my question is, how are your classes ? What kind are they ? Do you program while class or just listen a teacher ? Do you have an important project to realise ? If yes, there is some freedom on it, or something very closed ?
And other questions about yourself, you said loving network, do you have some personal project about it ? Even if I don't know exactly the kind of network, you can have some projects: a game based on laptop, a communication system based on a network,...
It depends on everyone. Some people feel more reassured to have a "physical" monitor than a WEB interface, and we need to be supervised in their steps, in their evolutions. Others prefer to feel free, and have the choice of their learning path.
Personally, I have never had a teacher, but yet since my beginnings in computer science, I have always had the choice of what I wanted to do, when, where,...
Often a computer scientist started learning programming because he had a project, or an objective, a goal to achieve.
And that's what I think is great :
I have heard people ask "why do computer scientists talk and think about their work even after their work".
There, that was my grain of salt
-Edité par vanaur 11 avril 2018 à 22:49:52
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GaryWhite1 a écrit:
If you like what you do, then you will not get bored!
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